One woman died when a suburban Denver basement apartment flooded during the severe rain.
Monsoon storms helped dampen fire concerns in BLM-managed public lands across the state.
In western Colorado, volunteers say they’re preparing to bring up to 5,000 gallons of water per day to a herd of 750 desperate horses.
Campfires are now only allowed in designated campfire rings in picnic areas and established campgrounds. Charcoal grills, wood fuel camp stoves and gas grills can also be used.
While dry summers aren’t new, a winter and spring with little snow and rain have pushed parts of the state to get drier, faster.
Currently more than 80 percent of the state is in some form of drought.
With wildfires raging and cities facing record highs, everyone could use a bit (or a lot) of rain. The Channel 7 meteorologist says monsoons are on the way.
Rather than the old Western yarn of “water is for fighting,” can a focus on historical conservation cooperation teach us anything?
When it comes to prioritizing what to save in wildfires, life is more important than property and the environment.
Here are the latest updates on wildfire happenings in Colorado.